Thread Number: 74815  /  Tag: Vintage Automatic Washers
My 1981 Kenmore 70 series small restore
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Post# 986312   3/12/2018 at 16:47 (192 days old) by Kafooty06 (washington )        

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Hi these are a few pics of my restore on my washer. I put in a new timer , cleaned both tubs and sprayed them with rubber coating due to rust. I re sealed all penetrations in the outer tub . Painted the outside touched up the inside ring around the tub. Oiled all moving parts so in all it was a good semi restore but I could not remove the outer tub to get to the table it was extremely difficult so I did the best I can with everything else.

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Post# 986319 , Reply# 1   3/12/2018 at 17:39 (192 days old) by potatochips (Nova Scotia)        

WOW Steve, what a great job on this! I appreciate the pics, and it looks really clean and well done.

Post# 986455 , Reply# 2   3/13/2018 at 18:10 (191 days old) by Kafooty06 (washington )        
Everything went well

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Thanks guy! I have an update the washer works even better no problems, I even added a new power cord and new hoses . I have to Pat myself on the back I didn't think I could work on a washing machine successfully .

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